Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

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Top Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More




LET'S JUMP INTO THIS, SHALL WE!?



1. Markus Zusak



I've only read The Book Thief so far, and I bought I Am The Messenger a few months ago, but have yet to read it. I NEED TO READ IT!


2. Marie Lu



The Young Elites is officially the first book I've read by Marie Lu, even though I own Champion (which I bought on a whim because it was signed and I've only heard great things about the trilogy.) I have got to get my hands on Legend and Prodigy whenever I have extra cash!!!


3. Elizabeth Fama



MONSTROUS BEAUTY!! My looooooove! OK HERE'S THE DEAL: I've checked out Plus One, but with reading slumps and sooooo many ARC's, I didn't have a chance to read it before it was due back at the library :( Hopefully my library will have it available online!?


4. Kathryn Stockett



I really loved The Help, and how Stockett was able to change voice in each POV (aaaaaand that she attended my Alma Mater!! BAAAAMAAA!) I really wouldn't mind reading other things from her.


5. Jennie Bentley (aka Jenna Bennett)



I read Fatal Fixer-Upper and was enthused that someone wrote about my love of mysteries, and my study of Interior Design! I have all of the books from this series in my library wish list, so it's only a matter of time!


6. F. Scott Fitzgerald



I own his entire collected works, but have only read The Great Gatsby so far. I really want to read the Curious Case of Benjamin Button, but that is THE ONE THING that was not included in the collection! :(


7. Virgil



I've only read a translation of The Aeneid, but hopefully I can read some of his other works, if I ever find a good enough translation.


8. Homer



I've only read The Odyssey, but I recently bought a set that includes The Iliad, so ONE DAY!!!


9. H.G. Wells



I absolutely LOVED the Invisible Man, growing up! I've also seen and loved The Time Machine, War of the Worlds and Hollow Man, so it would be wonderful to actually read these original stories. I recently bought a collection of his works as well, so I'm sure this will get done. (Thanks Barnes and Noble for your leather-bound collections!!)


10. Ruta Sepetys 



Out of the Easy is such a wonderfully written story, and I would love to read her other works, of which I've only heard great things about!

7 comments:

  1. I have Marie Lu on my list as well for Legend, and I do have her other books which I'm looking forward too.

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  2. I included Markus Zusak in my list too! :)

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  3. I have Markus Zusak on my list too!! I had nooo idea he was so brilliant until I read The Book Thief, and now I think I'd read anything he wrote. ;) That book was amazingly wonderful. Here's my TTT!

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  4. I am in the same boat with Markus Zusak and Ruta Sepetys! I will definitely be reading more from these two authors! And cannot wait for The Young Elites! The Legend series was GOOD!

    Nicole @ The Quiet Concert

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  5. Yay!! Yes his writing is phenomenal:D I'm moving up I am the Messenger on my TBR list as we speak! :D

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  6. Yeeees! The Young Elites is soooo good so I definitely need to pick up the Legend series!

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  7. Yay! He has such a wonderful way of portraying a story!! :D

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